David, being slack I have just downloaded the current nightly build. I
really like the facility that these two new commands offer. The need
either to maintain highlight or make a note of the first position is
removed. Many thanks to developers. Now I just have to decide which
shortcut keys to assign once 2.13 is released.
On 15/11/2016 7:39 PM, David Bailes wrote:
there's now a more recent nightly build which includes the bug fix:
On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 6:11 PM, David Bailes <drbailes@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:drbailes@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Yes, that should work.
There is bug in the nightly download that I gave the link for.
It's been fixed, but there's not a more recent nightly build. If
you execute the command select cursor to saved cursor position
during playback, then the wrong time range may well be selected.
On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 4:33 PM, Gary Campbell
<campg2003@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:campg2003@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Okay, so to set up a nightly build without affecting my normal
installation, I unzip the build into a folder, make a Portable
Settings folder in it-- and copy the contents of my Audacity
%appdata% folder (with the autosave data, audacity.cfg, etc.)
On 11/10/2016 2:20 AM, David Bailes wrote:
Following on from an initial suggestion by Gary, there are
now two new commands for selecting a time range.
1. Save Cursor position, which is on the Edit menu. This
stores the value of selection start, except during
playback, including when paused, when is stores the audio
2. Cursor to Saved Cursor position, which is on the select
sub menu of the edit menu. This selects from the current
value of selection start to the saved cursor position.
During playback, it selects from the playback position to
the saved cursor position.
These commands are available in the nightly builds. This
is the latest build:
Any feedback welcome,
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